Meaning of preterperfect in English:

preterperfect

Pronunciation /ˌpriːtəˈpəːfɪkt/

adjective

rare Grammar
  • Of a tense: denoting a completed state or action; perfect. Also occasionally used of the time indicated by a such a tense.

Origin

Early 16th century; earliest use found in Thomas Linacre (?1460–1524), humanist scholar and physician. From preter + perfect, after classical Latin praeteritum perfectum.